Ah, pink bathrooms, they have been on our 'what we would have in our dream house' list (don't laugh, you have one too) for ages and we think it's time to make that dream a reality. And don't worry you don't have to rip out your current bathroom to get yourself a bathroom Barbie would be proud of – we have six easy DIY ideas that you can do without remodelling
1. Go for pink tiles
You can actually tile a splashback yourself, so you could add a hint of pink to your sink area in just a few hours. If you are feeling confident you could even tile your bathroom wall. Learn how to tile a splashback in our guide and head over to our step by step to how to tile a wall too.
2. Paint your bathroom a stylish blush pink
A really easy way to get a pink bathroom? Paint your bathroom pink. We love how this grown-up putty pink looks with the black shower enclosure, stops it looking too saccharine, and the dark pink in the print works perfectly.
3. Pick out a pink bathroom sink
Yep pink sinks exist, and just look how cool they are! You can find really similar ones to these above at Victoria Plum. Pair with wall mounted gold taps for a very, exclusive hotel that you always see your fancy friends having brunch at and taking pictures in the toilet kind of vibe.
4. Paint your bath pink
Got a bath that's seen better day? Paint it pink. It doesn't have to be a roll-top bath either; if you have a bath panel sand that down and give it a lick of paint for a fresh new look. Head to our guide to how to paint a bath for an easy to follow step by step.
5. Or paint your bathroom furniture pink
No bath to paint? No problem, try painting your vanity unit or any storage you have in your bathroom (check out our guide to painting furniture for some tips). Keep it looking modern by teaming pops of pink with boldly patterned monochrome flooring and an array of house plants.
6. Quickly add some rosy hues with towels
And the easiest pink bathroom idea, just accessorise with some bathroom towels in various rosy hues. These are from H&M and are super affordable, prices start from £3.99. Get some tips on how to display them to make them a feature with our towel storage ideas.